Yoga of the Subtle Body
with Kathleen Burr
Friday, November 30 to Sunday, December 2, 2018

Throughout the ages, diverse and widespread groups acknowledged that subtle energy orchestrates all of life. We are all unique vibratory beings, and awareness of energy can enable us to navigate life with greater ease.

Course Outline

Just as health is a reflection of unity, illness is a reflect ion of separation. From a yogic perspective, illness begins at a subtle level and ultimately manifests at the physical level. This course provides an overview of the Koshas (energetic sheaths) as a framework to understand the various levels of being that comprise the individual. Balance and integration of the Koshas as a whole cultivates wellness while imbalance within the Koshas and a lack of integration results in dis-ease.

More specifically, the training explores the systems that play a specific role in balancing overall flows of energy for an individual. The subtle body is composed of three systems: the Nadis (energy channels), the Prana Vayus (energy currents), and the Chakras (energy centres). This module focuses on all aspects of energetic anatomy, with particular attention to the Chakras.

Detailed theory is offered, however this course is largely experiential to promote embodied awareness of these concepts. Breath, movement and sound practices in combination with self- reflection support the learning process.

Learning Objectives

  • Comprehend the fundamentals of your energetic anatomy to practice and teach from an integrated perspective.
  • Understand how the subtle body is affected when using Pranayama, Asana, Mudra and Mantra to promote healing and transformation.
  • Develop more skillfulness in applying these concepts to your personal practice or in teaching yoga classes

Dates and Timings

November 30 + December 1-2, 2018
  • Friday 6 pm to 9 pm.
  • Saturday and Sunday 11:30 am to 6 pm each day.

Cost and Registration

$325.00 per person.

300 Hour Program Core Module: 20 Hours

Please consult the Course Outline and complete the required readings listed before the start of the course.

In the event you are unable to attend the course after registration, please refer to our Refund Policy.

Note: This course is open to the general public. 6 months to 1 year of regular yoga practice is recommended for participation.

About Your Teacher

With reverence, Kathleen honours the ancient tradition of Yoga and her teachers from all walks of life. Her passion for Yoga as a healing art stems from direct experience of its transformative potential. Kathleen’s heart-centered approach is focused on developing a friendly relationship with body and mind using breath, movement, and sound.

She is a lifelong learner, Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500) and Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT). The foundation for her teaching is based on the principles of Hatha Yoga as taught by Devinder Kaur and other faculty; Integrative Yoga Therapy as taught by Joseph Le Page, Lilian Le Page, Maria Mendola and other faculty; and LifeForce Yoga as taught by Amy Weintraub and other faculty.

Kathleen’s relaxing yet uplifting classes are an opportunity to slow way down and be deeply nourished. Her practical guidance is focused on self-awareness and self-compassion to cultivate balance on all dimensions of being: physical, energetic, mental, emotional, and spiritual. The overall intent is to make Yoga more accessible and plant seeds of love for the well-being of all.